Sunday, December 13, 2015

Christmas Reflections Inside and Out 12 2015

Holiday Reflections atMuldoon
 
Outdoors for Outdoor Wednesday
 
The mild temps continue
which is beginning to concern the RG
 
and there are the lighted deer reflected in the front window.
 
This one is reflected in the window of my car.
 

Indoors for Mosaic Monday

Our Christmas Tree is reflected in a mirror
joined by the palm tree which is now lit for the holidays.
 
 
Last year we just used the top two sections of our 9ft. tree
It is now the perfect size for the two of us
so we went that route again this year.
The container is a fairly old ceramic planter
that belonged to my aunt.
It works perfectly and brings back many happy childhood memories.
 

 

16 comments:

  1. I loved how you used those big ornaments...I had not thought of doing that. And I like your shortened version of the tree. Really nice post.

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  2. great reflections and i love those ornaments you have hanging outside and i also love that you use your aunt's planter!

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  3. I love those large ornaments. Nice!

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  4. Wonderful reflections - such beauty of the season. I love the idea of just using part of the tree.

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  5. Hello, pretty Christmas tree and I love the Christmas balls and reflections. Lovely post. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  6. I love all the reflections. They double the beauty. And how clever to create a small tree as you did.

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  7. Outdoors it really doesn't look very wintry or Christmassy, but your home looks festive and inviting. Wonderful reflection photos and it's a great idea to use only a part of the tree. Such a beautiful Christmas tree!

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  8. I'm always looking for reflective opportunities and you found quite a few, very nice! Great way to make a smaller tree and it's nicely decorated.

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  9. Gayle, The large red ornaments outside look great. I like the Christmas tree too. Sylvia D.

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  10. I love seeing reflections and look for them everywhere now. Your tree is very pretty and how nice to have a container that has meaning to use for it. Happy holidays! Diane

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  11. I love all the reflections...and your tree is adorable. We downsized several yrs ago from a 7ft to a 4ft and just love it to pieces.

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  12. Lovely shots and I love those big ornaments on the mobile...

    Donna
    Gardens Eye View
    Living From Happiness

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  13. WONDERFULL décorations xmas time ,greeting from Belgium

    http://louisette.eklablog.com / Mons my city
    http://retriever-louisettesblogs.blogspot.com

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  14. Very pretty, I love all the reflections

    Mollyxxx

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